Waste

Food & agriculture - Feb 19

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Peak oil and food security talk by Patrick Holden of UK Soil Assn
Hamburgers are the Hummers of food in global warming: scientists
How African Farmers are Dealing with Climate Change
U.N. says food production may fall 25 percent by 2050
Massive effort underway to save endangered seeds
Fresh ideas for waste food

archived February 19, 2009
	

Food & agriculture - Feb 13

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Our culture of wasting food will one day leave us hungry
Catastrophic Fall in 2009 Global Food Production
The Geopolitics of Food Scarcity

archived February 13, 2009
	

Solutions & sustainability - Feb 10

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The 100-mile diet
It's Just Garbage
Tour that rocked the renewable energy world in Florida

archived February 10, 2009
	

Renewables & efficiency - Jan 30

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Oslo to run buses powered by biomethane from human sewage
ITER: Flagship fusion reactor could cost twice as much as budgeted
Renewable energy in New Zealand (video)

archived January 30, 2009
	

ODAC Newsletter - 30 Jan

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly round-up from a UK perspective.

archived January 30, 2009
	

Biofuels - Jan 27

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Sainsbury's to send unsold food to UK biomass plant
The High Price of Clean, Cheap Ethanol
Trees, Grass May Produce Ethanol Without Poisoning Gulf

archived January 27, 2009
	

Waste & recycling Jan 16

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The future of dog poo
From east to west, a chain collapses
Recycled waste could end up in landfill sites, warns watchdog

archived January 16, 2009
	

ODAC Newsletter - 16 Jan

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly update from a UK perspective

archived January 16, 2009
	

Review: 'Not One Drop' by Riki Ott

Frank Kaminski, Seattle Peak Oil Awareness (SPOA)

Riki Ott’s book Not One Drop is a history of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, told from the perspective of those most affected by it. Cutting through the cloak of willful deception, public relations campaigns and skewed, corporate-sponsored science, it finally exposes the truth about Exxon Valdez's devastating effects on the city of Cordova, Alaska, the fishing community where the spill struck.

archived January 14, 2009
	

Garbage, garbage, garbage - Jan 4

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Guardian: UK's mixed record on rubbish
One woman's trash is another woman's ... lingerie?
Paradise lost on Maldives' rubbish island

archived January 4, 2009